In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1hacer un gesto de dolorestremecerseshe didn't so much as wince when I took off the bandage — no hizo el más mínimo gesto cuando le quité la venda
- some of the things he said made you wince — algunas de las cosas que dijo daban vergüenza ajena
- to wince at sth
- she winced at the pain — se le crispó el rostro del dolor
- I winced at the thought of seeing him again — me estremecí de solo pensar en volverlo a ver
- She turned to look at him, and he winced to see a slight glistening in her green eyes.
- He twitched his head, and winced as a pain shot along the left side of his face.
- Mike was now copying our dad's voice, which made me wince with emotional pain.
- She winced in pain from the stitches in her shoulder when she reached down to the floor.
- Flora winced in pain as she watched blood trickle down from the wound.
- He glanced sideways at Niall and Luke, and winced to see them writhing in pain from the fumes.
- He blinked at her quizzically a few times, and then looked back at his wound, and winced in pain.
- As soon as his left shoulder blade touched the door, he winced in pain.
- I winced in pain, so distracted by his intensity that I was deaf to the clunking of boots on the concrete floor.
- Emily said and did nothing but wince slightly in pain.
- I now wince with pain if I have to use another atlas; browsing this one is bliss.
- I winced, half in pain, half because I knew what was coming and half because of all the chewing gum stuck to me.
- Dr. Kline noticed the anxious girl wince in sudden pain and immediately stepped closer to Leanne.
- Seria dropped to all fours and winced as pain cut through her palms like a sharp knife.
- I fell backward onto the bed and winced as the pain shot up my torso from my injured leg.
- She winced in pain as he kicked her again, this time harder, and then again even harder.
- She winced, but refused to let them see her pain so she bit her lip and held her chin high.
- He then answers his own question with a vicious sideways slash that drops the bloody-nosed gumshoe to the ground while the entire audience winces in sympathetic pain.
- She tried to stand, but she winced in pain and clutched her side before slumping back onto the chair.
- He lightly touched the burn along his ribcage and winced, drawing a sharp intake of breath.
1gesto (de dolor) masculinemueca (de dolor) feminineshe gave a wince — hizo un gesto / una mueca de dolor
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